I just found your comment…sorry a few months later. It is important to feel independence for as long as possible, it keeps us young and viable! Living in the same home for that long, well…it is home! Everything is set, and my mom lived in her home until 90! She was going blind but knew how to get around her own home, she felt secure and I really think that letting her stay as long as she could kept her mind working. Unfortunately, we had to sell her home and move kind of forced from my brothers and sisters (I am the youngest of 5 and no one listens to me). She could have even stayed longer, she always had visitors, daily and it was a way to keep an eye on her and remind her to take her medicine. (people helped make sure that she took the right ones!)
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We’re not sure what “St*rbucks Ombre” is, other than a reference to a questionable pink beverage, but they’re headlining this great show during Silent Barn’s week of fundraising. Based on the rest of the lineup, it’s likely that whoever they are, they’ll be worth seeing. The endlessly surprising and inventive Xenia Rubinos — whose 2016 album, Black Terry Cat , mixed soul, jazz, pop, and r&b, and deserved far more attention than it received — is the main attraction. Emily Reo, a friend of Silent Barn and excellent electropop composer, will also play.